Definitions for creamkrim
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word cream
the best people or things in a group
"the cream of England's young men were killed in the Great War"
the part of milk containing the butterfat
cream, ointment, emollient(verb)
toiletry consisting of any of various substances in the form of a thick liquid that have a soothing and moisturizing effect when applied to the skin
make creamy by beating
"Cream the butter"
cream, bat, clobber, drub, thrash, lick(verb)
beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight
"We licked the other team on Sunday!"
put on cream, as on one's face or body
"She creams her face every night"
skim, skim off, cream off, cream(verb)
remove from the surface
"skim cream from the surface of milk"
add cream to one's coffee, for example
The butterfat/milkfat part of milk which rises to the top; this part when separated from the remainder.
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Frosting, custard, creamer or another substance similar to the oily part of milk or to whipped cream.
The best part of something.
The cream of the crop.
A viscous aqueous oil/fat emulsion with a medicament added, used to apply that medicament to the skin. (compare with ointment)
You look really sunburnt; you should apply some cream.
The chrism or consecrated oil used in anointing ceremonies.
To puree, to blend with a liquifying process.
Cream the vegetables with the olive oil, flour, salt and water mixture.
To turn into a yellowish white colour; to give something the color of cream.
To obliterate, to defeat decisively.
We creamed the opposing team!
To ejaculate .
Cream-coloured; having a yellowish white colour.
Origin: creime, creme, from creme, cresme (compare crème), blend of chrisma 'ointment' (from χρῖσμα 'unguent'), and cramum 'skim', from *crama (compare cramen 'scab, skin', crammen), from (s)krama- (compare screm 'surface, skin', Dutch schram 'abrasion', kramas 'scurf'). Replaced ream.
the rich, oily, and yellowish part of milk, which, when the milk stands unagitated, rises, and collects on the surface. It is the part of milk from which butter is obtained
the part of any liquor that rises, and collects on the surface
a delicacy of several kinds prepared for the table from cream, etc., or so as to resemble cream
a cosmetic; a creamlike medicinal preparation
the best or choicest part of a thing; the quintessence; as, the cream of a jest or story; the cream of a collection of books or pictures
to skim, or take off by skimming, as cream
to take off the best or choicest part of
to furnish with, or as with, cream
to form or become covered with cream; to become thick like cream; to assume the appearance of cream; hence, to grow stiff or formal; to mantle
Origin: [F. crme, perh. fr. LL. crema cream of milk; cf. L. cremor thick juice or broth, perh. akin to cremare to burn.]
Cream is a dairy product that is composed of the higher-butterfat layer skimmed from the top of milk before homogenization. In un-homogenized milk, the fat, which is less dense, will eventually rise to the top. In the industrial production of cream this process is accelerated by using centrifuges called "separators". In many countries, cream is sold in several grades depending on the total butterfat content. Cream can be dried to a powder for shipment to distant markets. Cream skimmed from milk may be called "sweet cream" to distinguish it from whey cream skimmed from whey, a by-product of cheese-making. Whey cream has a lower fat content and tastes more salty, tangy and "cheesy". They are also used in variety of food product. Cream produced by cattle grazing on natural pasture often contains some natural carotenoid pigments derived from the plants they eat; this gives the cream a slight yellow tone, hence the name of the yellowish-white color, cream. Cream from goat's milk, or from cows fed indoors on grain or grain-based pellets, is white.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
krēm, n. the oily substance which forms on milk, yielding butter when churned: the best part of anything: any cream-like preparation, as cold cream for the skin, &c., or any dish largely made of cream, or like cream, as chocolate-cream, ice-cream, whipped-cream, &c.—v.t. to take off the cream.—v.i. to gather or form cream.—ns. Cream′-cake, a kind of cake filled with custard made of cream, &c.; Cream′-cheese, cheese made of cream.—adj. Cream′-col′oured, of the colour of cream, light yellow.—n. Cream′ery, an establishment where butter and cheese are made from the milk supplied by a number of producers: a shop for milk, butter, &c.—adj. Cream′-faced, pale-faced.—ns. Cream′-fruit, the fruit of a creeping West African plant of the dogbane family, yielding a cream-like juice; Cream′iness.—adj. Cream′-laid, of a cream-colour and laid, or bearing linear water-lines as if laid.—ns. Cream′-nut, the Brazil nut; Cream′-slice, a wooden blade for skimming cream from milk.—adjs. Cream′-wove, woven of a cream-colour; Cream′y, full of or like cream: gathering like cream.—Cream of tartar, a white crystalline compound made by purifying argol, bitartrate of potash. [O. Fr. cresme, creme—L. chrisma.]
British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'cream' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3462
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'cream' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1625
Rank popularity for the word 'cream' in Nouns Frequency: #1303
The numerical value of cream in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of cream in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I'm against a homogenized society, because I want the cream to rise.
Benjamin Hey, who wants Chinese Takeout I know a great place Wayne I'll have the cream of sum yung guy.
I doubt whether the world holds for anyone a more soul-stirring surprise than the first adventure with ice cream.
' we need an ice cream shop here, Jennie ; what do you think ?' i thought,' anything to do with ice cream, I'm in.'.
Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian wine and tarragon make it French. Sour cream makes it Russian lemon and cinnamon make it Greek. Soy sauce makes it Chinese garlic makes it good.
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Translations for cream
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- قِشْدة, قِشْطة, كريمArabic
- каймак, крем, сметана, сперма, мазило, мехлем, кремавBulgarian
- nataCatalan, Valencian
- krémový, krémová, smetana, smetánka, krémCzech
- hufen, eli, lliw hufenWelsh
- creme, cremefarve, fløde, cremefarvet, purere, røreDanish
- überziehen, Kreme, Sahne, Obers, Creme, schlagen, Rahm, cremenGerman
- κρεμ, κρέμα γάλακτος, κρέμαGreek
- krema, kremo, kremkoloraEsperanto
- [[de]] [[color]] [[crema]], crema, [[hacer]] [[papilla]], nata, la flor y la crema, [[mezclar]] [[con]] [[crema]], [[hacer]] [[polvo]]Spanish
- کرم, خامه, سرشیرPersian
- kermankeltainen, kerma, soseuttaa, voide, kalvetaFinnish
- krem, rómiFaroese
- fleur, crème, crème de la crème, onguentFrench
- uachdar, cèScottish Gaelic
- שמנת, קרם, קצפתHebrew
- tejszín, krémHungarian
- սեր, սերուցք, կրեմArmenian
- rjómi, bursta, krem, rústa, kremaðurIcelandic
- crema, sbobba, pannaItalian
- クリーム色, クリームJapanese
- არაჟანი, კრემი, ნაღებიGeorgian
- RahmLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- crème, room, crèmekleurig, crème de la crème, zalfDutch
- krem, fløte, kremfarge, fløte fargetNorwegian
- śmietanka, krem, kremowy, śmietanaPolish
- creme, nataPortuguese
- smântână, cremRomanian
- сметана, кремовый, сливки, крем, кремовый цвет, мазь, молофьяRussian
- lákcaNorthern Sami
- skorup, kajmak, smetana, vrhnjeSerbo-Croatian
- smotana, krémSlovak
- smetana, kremaSlovene
- ajkë, kajmakAlbanian
- gräddfärg, grädda, kräm, krämfärga, gräddvit, gulvit, grädde, gräddfärgad, krämfärg, gräddfärga, hudkräm, gulvitfärga, krämfärgadSwedish
- kilimiTonga (Tonga Islands)
- kaymak, krem, krem rengi, dölTurkish
- сметана, вершки, кремовий, крем, кремовий кольор, мазь, масть, сметанковий, кремового кольору, сметанкового кольору, мастило, помадаUkrainian
- miligapin, krem, kremikVolapük
- crinme, blanc crinmeWalloon
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